Top 10: Android News Stories - May 29th, 2016

Quite a few things have happened in this past week in relation to all things Android, and if you happened to miss anything we'll be going over the top stories in a brief summary here. Perhaps the biggest event over the last week is Google's victory over Oracle in their case over the use of Java code within Android. This may not be the most exciting story if you're not someone who works with or finds java code fascinating, but make no mistake, this is a huge win as Google and Oracle have been in and out of court over this matter for years, and while not potentially over as the case could always pop back up, it could have a big impact on things regarding fair use laws.

Also in the past week, some new leaked images popped up of what are believed to be the new Moto Z DROID Edition phones, and alongside those a leaked image surfaced for what are right now being referred to as the MotoMods snap on accessories for the new Moto Z device, which can be used to add some functionality, like a pico projector, to the phone. Samsung also showed off a new rollable display demo at Display Week 2016, and they officially unveiled the new batman-themed Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition. Polaroid unveiled a line of affordable 4K Google Cast-enabled TVs, and Amazon unleashed a web-based version of the Echo speaker that lets you simulate the usability to test it out. If you missed any of the other top stories from this past week, you can find them in the links below.

Google Planning Self-Driving Car Development Center in Detroit

Samsung Demos New Rollable Screen At Display Week 2016

Rumor: LG G Flex 3 With 4GB RAM & SD820 To Debut At IFA 2016

Polaroid Launches 4K Smart TVs With Google Cast Inside

Leaked Teaser Suggests ASUS ZenFone 3 Will Sport 6GB Of RAM

Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition Is Official

Google Wins Oracle Case As Jury Decides Java Was “Fair Use”

Leaked MotoMods: Pico Projector, JBL Speaker & Hasselblad Camera

Leaked Image Surfaces Of Motorola’s Alleged New DROID

Amazon Creates Usable Web Version Of The Echo

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